Allscar Skin Care Gel

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Polymeric And Cyclic Siloxanes With Allantoin, Vitamin E And Amino Acid Components.

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1 review for Allscar Skin Care Gel

  1. Elizabeth

    Please can you provide us a quote to deliver 2 tubes of allscar gel to the UK please.
    (My son had stitches whilst in Turkey last week and we were recommended by the doctor to use allscar gel once his wound had healed.)

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

      Medical Guidance Center

      Hello Elizabeth, this is WikiKenko.

      Allscar Skin Care Gel is a light, non-greasy, fast-drying, transparent, tropical silicone gel that contains Polymeric and Cyclic Siloxanes, Allantoin, Vitamin E, Tea Tree Oil and Amino Acid Derivatives. It can be easily applied to all skin areas including the face, joints and folding areas. It dries quickly to form an invisible layer leaving a clean and silky feeling on the skin. I’m sorry, but we couldn’t find any information about where you can buy Allscar Skin Care Gel in the UK. You may want to check with your local pharmacy or healthcare provider for more information.

      It is recommended to apply a thin layer of Allscar Skin Care Gel on the skin without massaging it. It should be used for at least 2 months in the morning and evening.

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